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New Russian cyberattacks target more US networks

By France24
27 October 2021   |   10:30 am
The Russian-based hacking group behind the so-called SolarWinds cyberattacks has targeted more US-based computer systems. US tech giant Microsoft said it had documented a flurry of activity over the summer.

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